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Is anyone else having a problem running the beta version of Due IDE 1.5.1r2?

When I launch it on Windows XP SP3, 32-Bit the splash screen is displayed for quite a while, but then

"Launch4J
An error occurred while starting the application"

is displayed.

I've successfully installed the USB driver.
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If you have Bluetooth enabled, disable it.  This is the most common issue with your error.
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If you have Bluetooth enabled, disable it.  This is the most common issue with your error.

I don't have any bluetooth HW on that system
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I just installed this build and got this error as well on a Windows 7 64 bit machine.  (Just received my DUE today smiley )

So I experimented some, and I went into my Arduino Sketchbook directory and renamed my Hardware directory to some other name and now it runs.

My hardware directory contains stuff to run for Arbotix Robots on an Atmega644p processor...

So if you have a Hardware directory try removing it and see if that helps.

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I just installed this build and got this error as well on a Windows 7 64 bit machine.  (Just received my DUE today smiley )

So I experimented some, and I went into my Arduino Sketchbook directory and renamed my Hardware directory to some other name and now it runs.

My hardware directory contains stuff to run for Arbotix Robots on an Atmega644p processor...

So if you have a Hardware directory try removing it and see if that helps.

Kurt

Will try that- thanks.
How do we get this reported to the developers?
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